|IT WAS A COLD BLUSTERY WINTER'S DAY|
|GUSTING WESTERLY WINDS (LEFT TO RIGHT) CAUSED A LOT OF GROUND DRIFTING|
|MY LANE HAD BEEN PLOWED BUT NOT THE ONCOMING LANE|
|ROUGH OFFSHORE WATERS AT GODERICH'S HARBOR MOUTH|
|HEADING HOME MOVING A BIT OF SNOW ALONG THE WAY|
|THE COLD SNOWY DAY DIDN'T SEEM TO KEEP THESE LADIES AWAY FROM THEIR BREAKFAST THIS MORNING|
|SHOVELING OUT MY SNOWY PATHWAYS|
|LOTS OF HUNGRY BIRDS IN OUR FRONT YARD TODAY|
GROANER'S CORNER:(( The Senility Prayer::
God, grant me the senility to forget the people I never liked anyway, the good fortune to run into the ones that I do like, and the eyesight to tell the difference.
I told my boss that three companies were after me, so I needed a raise in pay to stay with the current job. He asked which companies? I told him gas, electric, and cable.
A mother was sitting on the couch reading a book when one of her children walked up to her and said, Mummy, why is my name Petal? The mother replied, Because when you were born, a petal fell on your head. The next baby walked up and asked, Mummy why is my name Rose? she replied, Because when you were born, a rose fell on your head. The last baby walked up to her and said, BLAS CLAFLAS YIFRASSAM TASSM POONNFFFIINRTY. The mother replied, Because when you were small a refrigerator fell on your head.
My, my does it look cold. Perfect day to stay inside, that's for sure. I'm not even thinking of moving East yet. Got the whole month of March and then I'll start mosing Eastward. Hope you haven't given up on possible plans for Rving next winter.ReplyDelete
I'm sitting in my Arctic Fox in Phoenix wearing a T-shirt, and after looking at your pictures I got so cold I had to put on a long sleeve shirt over my T-shirt. Just looking at your pictures brought back frigid memories of when I lived in a cold, snowy, place like that. Hopefully next winter there will be some palm trees in your pictures.ReplyDelete
Loved the "reach out and touch" birds photos, however, the photos of the ladies having breakfast is the real keeper tonight.ReplyDelete
All your amazing bird photos along with the cute "ladies at breakfast" - reminds me of Judy Bell. The End.!ReplyDelete
Great Bird Photos and I would have just stayed inside. You are quite the get it done type of guy. I am a lazy slug.ReplyDelete
LOVE those bird photos, especially the cardinal!ReplyDelete
Al, hubby, now retired, makes tea almost every day and he DRINKS IT. There are so many different varieties! He even orders his favorite one a case at a time from WalMart. His favorite is the Tavo Passion (I think it is hibiscuis). I love their wild orange one and I drink that. At least he isn't sitting home, drinking beer!!!!! (a good thing)...ReplyDelete
With all those winds I'm sure the ice must be breaking up quite well along the shore. There is something about running through a small drift that takes us all back to being younger, braver and fearless. Haha.ReplyDelete